Three Graces large scale sculpture by Antonio Canova (1757-1822), in the Victoria Albert Museum, London. Perhaps the greatest and most celebrated sculptor of his generation, Antonio Canova is still revered for his polished, sensual style and intrinsic understanding of ancient Roman sculpture. The Three Graces expresses
his Neoclassical appreciation for the beauty and grace of the female form while reinterpreting the mythology of the ancient fable. The sister goddesses, daughters of Zeus and attendants to Venus, are captured in one of history's most
celebrated interpretations of feminine nature. Aglaia ("splendor"), Eurphrosyne ("joy") and Thalia ("abundance"), remind us that balance and joy are indeed a result of grace. Perfect addition for your home or garden gallery, our sculpture is breathtaking in detailed from draped fabric to beautiful faces. Cast in quality fiberglass reinforced designer resin, for year-round display in home, garden or restaurant, this Neoclassical masterpiece boasts an exquisite, faux French limestone finish.